Summary: A great preview monitor for those extra sets of eyes on the set. Clear, good size, nice travel bag and accessories. The only cons - short battery life. Plan on extra batteries if you are using in the field without a hard power connection.
Summary: I use this monitor with my Sony EX-1 and a Glidecam jib. I chose the kit which included the power supply, mounting bracket, and hood. The monitor's image is clear, bright, and visible even in high ambient light conditions.
Summary: I bought this to see what I was shooting when using my camera on my jib arm. It's purpose is to show me what I'm shooting, and that's what it does. The image quality is acceptable, and what you expect for the price. Bear in mind though, that it is not a HD CRT field monitor. You are getting what you pay for. It is not suitable for focus or color reference. It does come with brightness and saturation controls which I was able to adjust to get an acceptable image.
Pros: Good image for the price, Lightweight, Versatile
Summary: I really liked this monitor and it works well with my camera. Yes, record in HD too, but didn't expect to get HD quality type of images on the monitor. So for the guy that left the review prior to mine....I don't know why you spent money on a cheaper monitor and expect HD quality image. I use this for my SteadiCam and it works really well. I expected the colors to be good, which they are. I expected it to mount on my SteadiCam, which it does.
Summary: I must say that I'm really disappointed with this purchase. This monitors picture quality is not even as good as a cheap portable DVD player. It cannot be used for critical focus or color reference. It's only plus is its image flip capability if you're using a 35mm adapter like a Redrock. I have to explain to clients that what they see on this [*] monitor is not what they will see on air.
Pros: Image flip
Cons: Inaccurate Colors, Little Detail, Poor image quality